Archivo de la etiqueta: Video

Grabación en vivo de Aquellarre en España (1975)

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A mi entender, la mejor banda de rock progresivo argentino de la historia. Si no lo pueden ver, aquí está el link. http://www.rtve.es/alacarta/videos/musica-en-el-archivo-de-rtve/ahora-aquelarre-1975/3963072/

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The Doors Live at “PBS Critique” 1969 Full Show

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Break On Through To The “The Doors Portal”
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Tracklist:
Tell All The People/Alabama Song/Backdoor Man/Wishful Sinful/Build Me A Woman/Interview/The Soft Parade

Info:
PBS Critique’s color broadcast titled “A Profile of Jim Morrison and The Doors – On and Off Stage’. The performance was filmed on April 28th, and the Interview on April 29th. The panel discussion was later filmed on May 23rd. It is unknown wether or not more footage exists from this performance. Includes the only known complete live recording of ‘The Soft Parade’. Frank Lisciandro, who was on site photographing the show, recalled in his book that Light My Fire was performed, although recently Frank has revealed that Light My Fire was not performed on this show. Also featured is a 10 minute interview with the band by Richard Goldstein in which Jim attempts to read from ‘The Lords And New Creatures’. The panel discussion includes Richard Goldstein, Patricia Kennealy, William ‘Rosko’ Mercer from WNEW-FM, and Alfred G. Aronowitz. The show was originally broadcast on WNET – Channel 13 in New York, and re-broadcast on June 29.

Early broadcasts of this performance do not include the panel discussion. A clean copy of this performance exists in The Doors archive, however it may not include the panel discussion, giving reason as to why an inferior (complete) copy was used on the Soundstage Performances DVD. Portions of the cleaner footage were used on the The Doors Collection DVD.

RECORDING DATE: 04/28-29/1969
LOCATION: PBS Studios – NY
PRODUCTION: PBS
COLOR: Yes
LENGTH: 56:28
HOST: Richard Goldstein

Photographers:
Frank Lisciandro

Broadcasts:
06/25/1969 – WNET (Channel 13) – New York, NY
06/29/1969 – WNET (Channel 13) – New York, NY
07/19/1969 – KCET – Los Angeles, CA
08/24/1969 – KQED – San Francisco, CA
09/07/1969 – KDIN – Des Moines, IO
01/25/1970 – KCET – Los Angeles, CA
03/10/1970 – WNET (Channel 13) – New York, NY

Capain Beefheart & His Magic Band – Detroit ’71

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Realmente que puedo decir que no haya dicho de Captain Beefheart, aqui lo tenemos en una soberbia presentacion en un programa de TV en Detroit por el año ’71. Quizas con una de sus mejores y extrañas formaciones, Bill Harkleroad, John French, Art Tripp, Elliot Ingber y el Capitan. Tres soberbias canciones que merecen ser escuchadas

Joni Mitchell In Concert (Live at the BBC 1970)

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Sin dudas que Joni Mitchell es una de las voces mas peculiares que la escena de folk evolucionado de Laurel Canyon dio entre fines de los 60’s y comienzos de los 70’s. Aqui la podemos disfrutar en sus inicios, año 1970, en la BBC “In Concert”.

00:00 Chelsea Morning

03:17 Cactus Tree

08:13 My Old Man

11:40 For Free

18:08 California

22:58 Big Yellow Taxi

25:58 Both Sides Now

Biopic a la vista: Jimi Hendrix

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Ahora en Septiembre se acerca un gran estreno para todos los amantes de la musica, de la buena. La biopic de Jimi Hendrix llamada All is by my side, con la actuacion a Andre 3000 (cantante de la extraña banda Outkast), pero que al parecer promete, de escucharlo hablar personificado, sin verlo, realmente parece Hendrix.

Sera cuestion de esperar para ver y sacar nuestro juicio de valor, por de pronto, promete.

 

Steve Hurlbut – Standing (1977)

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No tengo mucha info al respecto, pero es un tema de rock cristiano psicodelico que queria compartir con ustedes

Standing – Steve Hurlburt
Standing LP – Last Adam Records-Grand Rapids, MN LP LA-4101 (1977)
Recorded at Audiographics – Red Wing, MN by Dave Hinrichs
Local Minnesota vinyl private press LP. This is the original private release that was later picked up by a Canadian record label. Christian Psych Rock reviewed by Ken Scott in The Archivist.